»May 28, 1935:
The Reds run their winning streak to six games, their longest in four years, beating Boston, 13–4. Babe Ruth is 0-for-3, scoring a run, but stumbles twice and injures his leg running and is replaced in LF by Hal Lee.
»May 29, 1936: In the 2nd 15–0 shutout in a week, New York's Al Smith is the beneficiary of the hitting as he closes down the Braves. Smith will toss four shutouts this year, tops in the NL. Smith gives up a Texas Leaguer by Hal Lee in the 8th and a ground single in the 9th.